Industrial Car - Magna Lends A Hand To Provide Ingenious Seating For Chrysler Minivans

Industrial Car – Car makers are always known for coming up with radical new ideas to provide better convenience and comfort to their customers just like in the development of the EBC Redstuff brake pads. In the development of such technologies, car makers usually enlist the help of other companies. Case in point is the development of an innovative seating arrangement for DaimlerChrysler minivans. The cutting edge design of the seats in the 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country is developed with the help of Intier Automotive Seating which is an operating unit of Magna International Incorporated. The two models from the DaimlerChrysler family boast of a relatively new technology in terms of their seating arrangements.


The two minivans showcased at this year?s North American International Auto Show both have the Swivel ?n Go technology developed by Intier Automotive Seating. The technology allows the second row of seating to pivot a hundred and eighty degrees to face the third row of seats. The patented technology allows better comfort and relaxation by allowing the occupants of the second row seat to face those who are in the third row of seats especially when having a chat. A removable table is also a part of the technologically advanced seating arrangement. The swiveling seats can also be removed which means that added cargo space can be provided easily.


The swiveling chairs rotate outward which makes it easier for occupants to enter and exit the vehicle. It also makes the installation of a child safety seat much easier.


The cargo capacity that a minivan is known for is evident in the two Chrysler vehicles. This is because of the fact that the third row of seats can be folded down by a single touch of a button. This feature easily increases …

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